Qatar’s Aamal gains on joint venture with South Korea’s C&C Lightway

With the exception of the financial sector, Qatar-listed equities fell across the board Wednesday, pulling the QE 20 Index down by 0.35% to hit a 13-month low at 8,166.98 points. Shares of diversified conglomerate Aamal Company added 0.44% to reach QR15.87. Earlier in the day, Aamal said it signed a joint venture agreement with C&C Lightway from South Korea. “The joint venture will initially trade in, and distribute, LED (Light Emitting Diode) and other lighting products (indoor, outdoor and fa├žade) for the Qatari market and other GCC countries,” Aamal said in a statement to the Qatar Exchange, adding that “the joint venture also plans to establish in the near future a factory to assemble and manufacture LED lamps and other lighting products using technology and know-how from C&C Lightway. The factory will serve the Qatari and MENA region markets.”

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